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|Posted on March 23, 2011 at 1:49 PM||comments (0)|
Good news everyone! Dock Clock is available on the Mac App Store! The reason I haven't been blogging much is because Dock clock was in review so there was nothing to report.
I do have news on the final GUI though. Have a screenshot:
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|Posted on February 27, 2011 at 1:09 AM||comments (0)|
Finals week just wrapped up at MSOE. That means I have time to blog and work on Dock Clock. In fact, I just did some work on Dock Clock. Have a screenshot:
The icons and text in the elements list box are now complete. The big white circle in the middle of the window is where the clock preview will be. The miniature clocks in the library and presets list box are also partially complete. Right now the...Read Full Post »
|Posted on January 29, 2011 at 2:57 PM||comments (0)|
I want to start posting progress updates on software projects that I am working on. About once a week I will present my work to you. Please comment and ask questions. This should be part show-and-tell and part Q&A.
I work around 8 hours a week on 10101 Software projects but one week into development into Dock Clock 3, I am quite pleased with my progress. Have a screenshot:
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|Posted on January 20, 2011 at 11:18 PM||comments (1)|
I decided to design the new GUI today. I'm amazed that I had time to do this between school projects and work.
When I design a user interface I draw it out on paper first. It gives me the ability to sketch what I want fairly quickly, if roughly. It is enough to let me know where the interface elements to go but not much else. Below is the sketch version of the Dock Clock UI:
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|Posted on January 19, 2011 at 1:25 AM||comments (0)|
Dock Clock was a very successful product that I released a few years ago for Mac OS X. Simply put, it puts a clock in the user's dock. Unfortunately Mac OS X 10.5 broke the dock icon drawing process so the product no longer worked when everyone transitioned to Leopard. I couldn't fix it because REALbasic 2007r1 (the IDE I use) wasn't up to date with all the nuances of 10.5. It took me a few years but I have finally gotten back to Fixing Dock Clock.
I am currently trying to ...Read Full Post »